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Eating Disorders Awareness Week (EDAW) 2024 | 26 February - 3 March 2024
This year we are shining a light on a health condition that we know doesn't always get the attention it deserves: ARFID.
ARFID stands for avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder and is a largely unknown and misunderstood eating disorder. ARFID can have serious consequences for health if left untreated.
The number of people affected by ARFID is unknown. Treatment is not available nationwide and people with ARFID, or who suspect they may have it, struggle to access the help they need.
There are many ways you can get involved in EDAW 2024. Follow our socials, access information and resources to help promote EDAW, subscribe to receive our emails or use this website to find out more in the coming weeks. Our What's on page is a good place to start to find out about our online events and support groups.
Our Get Information and Support pages have information on our Helpline, Online Support Groups and other services.
Download resources to help you spread the word this Eating Disorders Awareness Week
Book a place on our CPD-accredited ARFID workshop. Aimed at those caring for someone with ARFID and Health Professionals, this online event takes place on 28 February 2024 during Eating Disorder Awareness Week.
This Eating Disorders Awareness Week, we’re asking you to come Twogether and team up to fundraise for Beat. Pair up with a pal, buddy up with a colleague or gather in a group!
Hear from our community about their experiences of ARFID and find out how you can share yours.
Want to be the first to hear about Eating Disorders Awareness Week and ARFID? Along with updates on ARFID we will also let you know about our impact, upcoming events, our services and fundraising opportunities.